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Northwoods Region Shelby American Automobile Club Presents:
The Northwoods Gran Prix at Autobahn Country Club, Joliet, IL. Saturday May 15 & Sunday May 16, 2010.
Road Course Open Track Touring Sessions, utilizing the 1.5 mile North Course on Saturday, then the 2.1 mile South Course on Sunday.
Open to any make of sports, performance or muscle car! Open-wheel vehicles not accepted. Convertibles must have an approved roll bar. The event requires that you and your vehicle meet safety rules (refer to event info link below). There will be a $5.00 Autobahn gate fee for all spectators and non-drivers. Camping is available at Autobahn Country Club. Contact the Autobahn Country Club directly @ 815-722-2223 and tell them you are with Northwoods Shelby Club.
The Northwoods Gran Prix at Autobahn Country Club event is designed to be a great time for novice and experienced drivers alike. This event is not a race, it is not an autocross nor is it a competition. It is a touring opportunity to drive your car at speed on a real road race course, testing both your skills and the capabilities of your car.
There are basic rules enforced to permit drivers quality track time at their own speed and experience level. Participation is limited so that drivers and passengers maximize their day at the Autobahn. Registration will be closed once the event is full.
I know it's a little late in the season, but I thought a quick note to invite any road course drivers out there to join MVP Track Time for track days in 2008 was in order. You can find us at www.MVPTrackTime.com We are open to all makes of cars (ie: We aren't car snobs!) and convertibles that meet the rules.
Our 2008 track days (so far) are as follows:
April 21 - Putnam Park (Near Indianapolis) [Tax Freedom Track Day – SOLD OUT!!] May 9 - Summit Point (West Virginia) [Private Corporate Event – SOLD OUT!] June 2 - Autobahn Country Club (Near Joliet, IL.) - SOLD OUT! August 18 - Autobahn Country Club September 13 & 14 - Blackhawk Farms (Near Beloit, WI) [Our 1st Weekend Event] October 20 - Summit Point (West Virginia) [Private Corporate Event]
Both Autobahn dates are once again the entire 3.56 mile road course. None of this namby-pamby 1/2 track stuff. Registration with Pay Pal, credit card or via downloadable form (mail in check) is available at:
This year Colorado Catholic Academy is trying something new for a fundraiser - a Car Show & Shine! If you would like to enter your car in a small car show where trophies will be presented, this is the place! If you've never entered a car show before, and have felt overwhelmed by the size of other shows, then here's your chance to try one out. Our show will be small - a limit of 30 cars - and we are accepting all makes and models for entry.
All money from entrance fees and food sales will directly benefit the school and a scholarship fund for students.
Here are the details:
Colorado Catholic Academy First Annual Car Show & Shine
Saturday, August 12th 10am to 4pm Trophies presented at 3:00pm
The Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) Rally Club presents:
When: September 10th, 2005 (Saturday)
RallyRPI is presenting its Inaugural RallyCross Event catering to everyone who has any interests in rallying, off-roading, and sports of the like. The purpose is to bring back the sport and spirit of rallying to the Upstate Region and provide an inexpensive avenue for amateurs to participate and the pro's to practice for the next Stage Rally Event.
This is their first event and Washington County Fairgrounds [in Greenwich, NY] is gracious enough to help them with the financial situation. The most important thing right now is to reach the break even point for the first event, and if everything goes well the price will eventually drop and the number of events will go up. Trust them when they say they're non-profit.
Please check it out and EMAIL them (or reply to post) for any questions what so-ever regarding this event. They're looking for at least 30 early registrants or else the chances of this event happening might be slim. So far they've got 22. Please spread the word around and get this going! They promise it will be BIG and Enjoyable to all once everything gets on track. Help them make this happen.
Info: Registration $55/Car Operation is Non-Profitable and based on meeting minimum event cost Normal Registration Amount may change depending on Early-Registration Outcome
Condition: Flat, 100% Grass & Dirt, Fair Parking Lot